NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Titans mascot T-Rac will join Nashville Mayor Karl Dean and Saint Thomas Health on Friday to unveil a new B-Cycle station at 20th and Church St. near Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital.
Starting at 11 a.m., the kickoff party will include a ribbon cutting, giveaways, food and brief remkars by Mayor Dean. Parking will be available in a surface parking lot at 1911 State Street.
A partner with the Mayor’s Office and Metro Nashville Health Department, Nashville B-Cycle launched in December 2012 as a fee-based bike-share initiative operated by the Nashville Downtown Partnership. It is a next-generation bike-sharing program that offers an affordable way of getting around cities and college campuses, good for healthy living and the environment.
Nashville B-Cycle tracks mileage and calories burned, as well as the carbon offset of each trip, demonstrating the health and environmental benefits of bike-sharing in the community.
Saint Thomas Health is proud to partner with Nashville B-cycle to contribute to a healthier community. The addition of a B-station at 20th and Church brings the total number of stations to 23.
To learn more about community health programs sponsored by Saint Thomas Health, visit its website here. To learn more about the B-cycle initiative, visit the Nashville B-cycle website here.